I'm excited to announce that I have a short story appearing in this month's Havok Magazine, Heroes vs. Villains edition!
I first found out about Havok when I attended the Orange County Christian Writers' Conference back in April. I got to look at some of the issues there and talk to a few people who worked on the staff. And when I saw that they had a superheroes issue coming out, and then I realized that I had a story idea that would fit the theme ... well, I had to give it a shot.
And I'm happy to say that it paid off! You can read my short story, "An Anonymous Source", on page 14 of this month's issue of Havok. It's about a woman who realizes that there's more going on in her city than the news headlines would suggest, and who has to decide if--and what--she's going to do about it.
I hope you like it! And I know you'll enjoy the other great stories in this issue--Havok's a lot of fun, because all the stories are flash fiction: a lot of emotion, character, and action packed into a super-short word count. Nice and intense.
(And yes, this is the story that I wrote this blog post about.)
Peace of Christ to you,
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